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Taking Honda's Uni-cub for a ride: Is it more than just a bar stool with wheels?

Taking Honda's Uni-cub for a ride: Is it more than just a bar stool with wheels?

By 18 July 2014

It's a bar stool with wheels. That's the first thing that came into our heads when we saw the Honda Uni-cub, the future of mobility according to Honda; well certainly around museums, offices, or shopping centres. Of course it is much more than that, as... >>

ASIMO up close: The friendly robot visits Europe, we say hello

ASIMO up close: The friendly robot visits Europe, we say hello

By 17 July 2014

There's a hush of anticipation as we wait for the all-new ASIMO to walk onto a makeshift stage inside a warehouse in an industrial estate just outside Brussels. It's understandable. It is the first time ASIMO (Advanced Step In Innovative Mobility) has... >>

Honda's latest ASIMO robot can now run 5.6 mph and even predict your behaviour

Honda's latest ASIMO robot can now run 5.6 mph and even predict your behaviour

By 16 July 2014

A world where we all own robot personal assistants, which act kind of like Rosie from the Jetsons, is slightly more realistic today, thanks to the latest version of ASIMO from Honda. Honda has introduced in Belgium a new-and-improved ASIMO. It's a humanoid... >>

Honda joins £31m project to make hydrogen fuel cell cars a road-going reality by 2016

Honda joins £31m project to make hydrogen fuel cell cars a road-going reality by 2016

By 4 April 2014

A pioneering deal worth £31 million is being signed by Honda, coordinated by the Mayor of London's office, that aims to make hydrogen fuel call cars a reality. The project, named HyFive (Hydrogen For Innovative Vehicles), will be the largest of its kind... >>

3D print your own car, as long as it's a Honda concept

3D print your own car, as long as it's a Honda concept

By 31 January 2014

If you own a 3D printer and have always dreamed of printing a car, your time has come. Honda has released the 3D design data for five of its concept cars. From the Puyo to the NSX Concept you can print off any of the five concepts from Honda. The catch?... >>

Honda develops automatic braking system that stops you running people over

Honda develops automatic braking system that stops you running people over

By 23 January 2014

Japanese car manufacturer Honda has developed an automatic braking system that detects pedestrians and will slow down or stop entirely if there is a chance you will hit someone. The system works up to a speed of 60kph (37mph) and will be implemented in... >>

Google announces Open Automotive Alliance (OAA): Audi, GM, Honda, Hyundai and Nvidia partner to bring Android to your car

Google announces Open Automotive Alliance (OAA): Audi, GM, Honda, Hyundai and Nvidia partner to bring Android to your car

By 6 January 2014

Google has announced the launch of the Open Automotive Alliance at CES 2014, with the aim of taking Android on the road. We previously reported that Audi was expected to make an Android announcement at CES 2014, but OAA goes further than that, with partners... >>

Honda's Display Audio brings Nokia Here maps and Siri Eyes Free to 2014 Civic

Honda's Display Audio brings Nokia Here maps and Siri Eyes Free to 2014 Civic

By 4 December 2013

Honda is hoping the addition of its new Display Audio infotainment technology will be a selling point for the 2014 Civic, which went on sale on Wednesday. Honda has added Siri Eyes Free and Here Maps technology to its cars, set to bring drivers and passengers... >>

iOS in-car mirroring to be unveiled by Honda in December for 2014 range

iOS in-car mirroring to be unveiled by Honda in December for 2014 range

By 25 November 2013

Honda and Apple have been working closely since 2011 with the well-established Siri Eyes Free integration. Now Honda is reportedly going to announce a new feature this December which, “is more than just simple mirroring”. The Siri Eyes Free feature... >>

A week in reviews: May 6  - May 10

A week in reviews: May 6 - May 10

By 11 May 2013

It’s fitness week on Pocket-lint, at least informally, with two reviews of things you put on your wrist that help keep you fit: the Polar RC3 and Jawbone Up. But there were also cars, cameras, a phone and a satellite receiver that blows everything from... >>